HONOLULU, HI (STL.News) Due to the pandemic and subsequent reduction in revenues, we anticipated that the Dept. of Education, which is the largest general funded department, would have to take a 10% cut to its budget. However, with additional federal funds and more optimistic revenue projections by the Council on Revenues, we are able to reset the department’s target reductions to 2.5%. This represents about $123 million dollars that we can now restore to our public-school classrooms so our students can be set on the path to prosperity and success.
SANTA FE, NM (STL.News) Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham toured El Camino Real Academy with school and local district leaders, visiting with students who have recently begun the school year. The governor met with classrooms and spoke with students […]
LANSING, MI (STL.News) Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Senate Bill 141, Senate Bill 142, Senate Bill 143 and Senate Bill 144, which will make it easier for distillers and retailers to distribute and sell mixed spirit drinks, offering consumers […]
DENVER, CO (STL.News) Colorado Governor Jared Polis extended Executive Order in response to COVID-19. Governor Polis amended and extended the Safer at Home Executive Order, which includes the last call order. The last call order will now take effect, […]